In 1969, the Peppermint Rainbow had their hit with the tasty "Will You Be Staying After Sunday" but to me the real "find" is their first single which was completely ignored by the public: "Walking In Different Circles". The happy irony is that on their first and only album, Will You Be Staying After Sunday, the Peppermint Rainbow sound much less like the Mamas & the Papas than their rivals on the charts Spanky & Our Gang, right down to their fondness for songs about the first day of the week, and singer Bonnie Lamdin was a dead ringer for Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane.
it sounds great , will try & locate a copy `aka`. album is a good example of sunny pop!! The happy irony is that on their first and only album, Will You Be Staying After Sunday, the Peppermint Rainbow sound much less like the Mamas & the Papas than their rivals on the charts Spanky & Our Gang, right down to their fondness for songs about the first day of the week, and singer Bonnie Lamdin was a dead ringer for Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane. Hard-To-Find 45s, Vol. I love the sound they make. Previous page of related Sponsored Products, Reviewed in the United States on January 21, 2017. Wonderful. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, Visit Amazon's The Peppermint Rainbow Store, © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. I grew up listening to the Animals, Beatles, Stones, Lee Michaels, Airplane, Grand Funk, Seatrain, Blue Cheer and many others. This is an enjoyable music,well balanced and harmonious which reflect these rays from past times.Somebody call it"bubblegum pop"but they were less better from that category. And when I press, you do your best to stall for time. Many lovely baroque-pop melodies.
Will You Be Staying After Sunday chords, Will You Be Staying After Sunday tabs, Will You Be Staying After Sunday by Peppermint Rainbow, tablature, and lyrics in the Album. The Lamdin sisters have a wonderful style, dipping into a Mamas & the Papas mode for "And I'll Be There" (Spanky McFarlane, after all, replaced Mama Cass in a latter-day Mamas & the Papas). Will You Be Staying After Sunday:Peppermint Rainbow. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It is worth a listen, Peppermint Rainbow Update From Style Magazine's Sept.-Oct./2007, Reviewed in the United States on April 18, 2009, I'm a huge fan of this group, and they are one of the most alluring mysteries in Pop Music. So what?I do like bubble gums,and more often than not I like to chew in the small hidden drop of surprise that lingers innocently in the center.So many "serious" reviewers say that bubble gum and the sugar in it damages health.Why don't you give us an endless break,you wizards,of the ultimate musical knowledge,and let us have some fun, "Kites are fun , and "stay after Sunday",even "run like devils" and catch our own him or her?Clean teeth, smiling,make them, laughing faces,and harmonious voices are a lot better than snow and winter winds.Let the sunshine in. :)aka`, Along the same lines... the Kit-Kats. Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2006. Sisters Pat Lamdin and Bonnie Lamdin, singing in unison, sound like Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane, and the song has the same soaring melodic style that made "Sunday Will Never Be the Same" so precious two years prior to this. I love email@example.com. I guess I was the only kid that sought out Walking in Different Circles on a 45 before the hit "Will You Be Staying After Sunday ". What happened? If you don´t know these bands and you cand find their (unique) albums,I recommend to search for them,for a good listening,there are two little masterpieces:-THE PEPPERMINT TROLLEY: Same (Kapp records,1967?? Horrible song about a shoe-maker or something. Every song is a winner. They were produced by Paul Leka of the Lemon Pipers fame and many of the tracks featured on this CD have the same feel/production as the tunes on the Pipers LP's. This is a gem--a great companion piece to The Association's 'All the Right Sounds.' Aber egal , diese Sunshine Band gehört mit zu den Besten und verdient es gehört zu werden ! Chords for The Peppermint Rainbow - Will You Be Staying After Sunday - [STEREO]. Paul Leka composed "Green Tambourine" for the Lemon Pipers, and it appears here as well, though in not as refined a form as the 1967 hit, this version a bit more folky. !Once again,a million thanks for making our lives musically happier!!Ah!! haha i dont need 'viagra' ^ to enjoy this gem!thanks man! Chordify is your #1 platform for chords. The combination clicked for the 1969 hit title track, but the rest of the album has a number of songs that could have been singles, too...that soaring, late-60s sound at its best! Had that, dumped it, never regretted it. Will You Be Staying After Sunday/If We Can Make It to Monday. There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists.
There are more references to "Sunday" here, as well as on "If We Can Make It to Monday," a sequel to "Will You Be Staying After Sunday," written by the same songwriters.